How many phones can one person have on their account ? and if I have accounts with them can I walk in and add another phone to the account ?

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Chris Petersens

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It really depends on your credit rating. If it's decent you can add 5 lines to your account with koodo, although I beleive it's less in the first few months of service.
Can they look up my credit and give me a phone on the spot ?
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They wouldn't be able to look up your credit directly, but you can always try to add another phone that's basically the only way to find out.
Okay thanks alot ! :) My credit is good and ive been with them for a year so hopefully they will allow me to add another phone to my account !
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If you were originally approved for the Tab without SLP, then you can have up to 3 lines for the first 90 days after activation and up to 5 after that.

If you're currently on SLP either due to initial credit standing or due to suspensions for non payment, then you'll have to pay on time for 9 consecutive months to remove it. Once SLP is removed, regardless of credit standing with other companies/agencies etc., you get access to negative Tab and multiple lines.

Sales reps can't see your credit directly but they can simply check out your account and attempt to add a line. If there's any issue, they can call channel support for assistance. I think you'll be safe at this point.
Thank you so much :)
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What does SLP stand for Johnathon?
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Hi Moto G, SLP means Spending Limit Program http://koo.do/OfJpk1 :)
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Thank you Yannick.

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